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Stella Cadente Olive Oils Available At Whole Food Northern California Markets

Posted by MIchael Coogan on March 23, 2012

Stella Cadente Olive Oil Company announced today that they have joined forces with Whole Foods in Northern California to bring Stella Cadente’s award winning Northern California artisanal olive oils to selected store locations in California and Nevada.

“With the addition of Whole Foods as a retail partner, we are taking the next steps in making our oils available to a broader range of customers,” says Julia Kendrick Conway of Stella Cadente.  Whole Foods Market is the world's largest retailer of natural and organic foods, with stores throughout North America and the United Kingdom.  Initially, they will feature Stella Cadente’s Everyday Extra Virgin heritage California Mission olive oil in the new 500 ml bottle.

Though they have been the recipients of numerous top awards and honors over the past ten years, Stella Cadente’s story is about the farmers, since the work of their hands beings the goodness of the land to the table.  Stella Cadente uses only olives grown and processed in Northern California, supporting the tradition of the family farms that feed us all.  The oils are produced the old-fashioned way, farmed locally and sustainably, hand picked, and crushed the same day they are harvested.  The flavored crush oils are produced from heritage California Mission olives pressed together with fruit or herbs and contain no added flavorings or preservatives.  Stella Cadente is a proud member of the California Olive Oil Council and all of Stella Cadente’s extra virgin olive oils are certified by the California Olive Oil Council to ensure the highest quality and freshness.

Concurrent with the release of this year’s oils, Stella Cadente will be launching our new website at http://www.stellacadente.com.  The new site will feature an upgraded e-commerce platform and downloadable recipes, images and trade collateral for the convenience of both customers and retail partners.

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